The Countryside Clovers 4- H Club met Tuesday, April 10.
After the pledges, Taylor Dickman, president, asked to have a moment of silence for the kids in the 4-H club that died in Archbold the last couple of days.
There was a great turnout for the meeting: the rabbit group had 10 persons, the miscellaneous group had 21, beef had five, sheep had three, and hogs had nine.
All fees were paid and most of the books were handed out. All groups started their demonstrations.
The next meeting is Tuesday, April 24, 7 p.m., at St. James Lutheran Church, Elmira. Demonstrations will need to be continued. All books will need to be handed out. The beef group M-Z will bring snacks.–Peyton Dickman, reporter